Saturday, December 3, 2016

December Hostess Code

Hostess Code Club

How does this work?
On the first of every month, I create a new hostess code for anyone shopping with me to use in my online store.  You will also find the hostess code in the sidebar (over there ->) and at the beginning of each month it will be updated with the new one.  I will also send an email each month to make sure you don't miss it.
Then on the last day of the month, I close out the order and use the hostess rewards that have accumulated during the month to purchase gifts for everyone who has placed orders using the hostess code.  The more orders placed using the code, more hostess rewards accumulate and that means better rewards for you.

Your Hostess Code Club Rewards are sent separate to your order as they are sent from me NOT Stampin' Up! I also cover the postage on your reward/s.

The Fine Print:
  • Do NOT use the Hostess Code if your order is more than $250; an order of $250 or more will earn you your own hostess reward/s.
  • Please do NOT click on guest checkout or no contact.  This means that your details are not passed on to me and I am unable to post   your reward/s to you.
  • Make sure that you are shopping with me Lisa Eaton, to make sure that you are rewarded for your shopping!
  • Make sure you enter the Hostess Code in the right spot and click "Apply".
Those of you that placed an order with me in November - Thank you and your gift is on its way.

The Hostess Code for DECEMBER is - KGXFW3RW

Anyone who orders with me in December will receive goodies from the Festive Birthday Suite.

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Global Design Project - GDP063

I love playing along with Blog Challenges and Global Design Project is one of my favourites.

The theme (until 3pm today) is...

I struggled for a bit and then remembered I received Flourishing Phrases earlier this week... and how perfect is this sentiment for this challenge?

I've used Cherry Cobbler - a colour I seem to have a lot of and looking at this card I'm not sure why - it's a great red! Basic Black, the cute musical notes are from This Christmas Designer Series Paper. I love a good flourish and this one in Flourish Thinlets is divine!  I've added texture by distressing the edges of the DSP with my scissors and a couple of splodges from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set in Basic Black Archival Stampin' Pad.

I'm a little late with my submission BUT that just means I'll have to create another card tomorrow when the new challenge goes live.

If there is anything that I've used on my card that you would like to purchase, simply click on the links above to go straight to that item or, you can click "shop now" in my signature.

Thanks for dropping in, see you soon.
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Sunday, November 27, 2016

INKspired Bloghop 46 - Celebrate You


Have you come to me from the very talented Lissa or are you starting here?

Either way you're in for a treat, lots of gorgeous creations from the INKspired Artists this week.

Here is the sketch that Teneale has created for us, LOVE the simplicity of this one.

My (flipped) version of the sketch uses Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper and the sentiment comes from the Suite Sayings stamp set.

To stamp the cute sentiment I've used a Night of Navy Classic Ink Pad and then a Blender Pen to move a bit of the colour around to shade the leaves a little.

Watch this space, this week I'm playing along with a few more Blog Challenges so lots of inspiration heading your way!

The next INKspired Artist is my awesome friend Marlene, you're going to LOVE what she's created.  Please don't forget to "hop" around to everyone and leave us some love while you're there, we love reading your comments.

If there's anything that I've used on my card that you'd like to purchase, you can click on the links above to go to my Online Store.  Alternatively, click on "Shop Now" in my signature below.
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Saturday, November 19, 2016

November Hostess Reminder
Just a quick reminder, Novembers Hostess Code - As long as you're an Australian resident, anyone that places an order of $50 (or more) with me for the month of November will receive a Thank You gift from me.  This will be sent separately to your order, from me to let you know that I appreciate your support.

If you're not planning on placing an order but you'd still like one, then please email me, they're $10 each plus postage.

The Fine Print:
To receive your gift, you need to use the above Hostess Code and please ensure that you share your details by not clicking the "do not allow Demonstrator contact" button.  This button keeps your information from me & therefore I don't have an address to send your gift to :(
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Online Extravaganza is ALMOST HERE!

Online Extravaganza is almost here!

Who could resist savings up to 40% and 24-hour sales with new products on the first and last day of this event? For one-week only, 21-28 November, there will be amazing discounts that no one will want to miss.

Not to mention at this time of year everyone could use a little help checking a few things off their Christmas gift list.

Check back often for full details on the products being discounted during Online Extravaganza and get ready for big savings.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Global Design Project - #GDP061

 I've been inspired by the amazing images popping up everywhere of OnStage Live in Brisbane - a Stampin' Up! 3 day that took place over the weekend.  So this morning, as I stalked my favourite Crafters, I was equally as inspired by the Design Team over at Global Design Project also known as - the blog where my idols live.

Here is the colour combination that got my creative juices flowing:

Here is my card, I've used Botanical Builder Framelits for those beautiful flowers and leaves.  A small piece of DSP from the Playful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack.

I like a touch of grunge so I've inked and roughed up the edges of the Basic Black layer and used dimensionals to lift it up.  Once I added the flowers and leaves I knew it needed a simple, understated sentiment... this one from Flower Patch is perfect.

I think that the ink and roughness together with the delicate flowers and rhinestones.

What do you think?  Leave me a comment, I love hearing from you!
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Sunday, November 6, 2016

Oh Happy Day Card Kit

I knew I needed to craft, it's been a long week.  I actually forgot that I had this kit & I'm so glad I found it.

Oh Happy Day Card Kit, everything included in a cute gift box.  An awesome Christmas present for a beginner crafter.

I've ordered a few more of these kits for Christmas presents - everyone needs cards right?!

Have a great week everyone!
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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

November Hostess Code

Welcome to November.

I can't believe we're in the second last month of the year *eek*!  This means it's time to get organised for Christmas, whether you're making cards to send to family and friends or whether like me, you haven't yet started your Christmas shopping.

Here's something that might just help.

Novembers Hostess Code - As long as you're an Australian resident, anyone that places an order of $50 (or more) with me for the month of November will receive a Thank You gift from me.  This will be sent separately to your order, from me to let you know that I appreciate your support.

The Fine Print:
To receive your gift, you need to use the above Hostess Code and please ensure that you share your details by not clicking the "do not allow Demonstrator contact" button.

Thank you for popping in,  I look forward to hearing from you soon xx
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Sunday, October 16, 2016

INKspired Blog Hop 43

We're back for another INKspired Artists Blog Hop and exciting news... we have another new member - my good friend Nicole has joined us.   So this week you definitely have to "hop" around to everyone or you'll miss out on her fabulous creation!

Have you been to see what Lissa created?  or are you starting here?

Either way you're in for a treat because we have a "full house" of INKspired Artists this round!

I loved this week's sketch, it let me get some layering happening and layer up I did.

Here is the sketch:

Rather than add a rectangle with a sentiment I went for a softer look, using Jar of Love - that mason jar - adorable!!!

To create this card, I've used Blooms & Bliss Designer Series Papers.  I've highlighted the Island Indigo & Mint Macaron prints - I loooove blues.

(I've stamped in Island Indigo, Pool Party, Sahara Sand and then the leaved in Old Olive)

I have kept my card quite simple as I really think that the papers and the gorgeous mason jar speak for themselves AND they're just so gorgeous that they don't need anything else.

Next up is my beautiful best Stampin' Sista Marlene,  I've had a little sneak peek at what she's created and you're going to LOVE it.

Not that there's much left, but enjoy what's left of your weekend.

See you soon with some more creations.
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Friday, October 14, 2016

Getting my Creativity On!

I don't know about you, but some days I am more creative than others.  So, yesterday creativity struck and I decided it was time to make some cute thank you cards for my customers.

I love Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper, it is no secret that I am a blue girl so when I saw these papers, it was love at first sight.  

I got a little production line happening so I could see exactly where I was up to (slight OCD tendencies here lol). 

I left the card super simple because I have a few to make - and anyway Simple is Good, right?!

 I got twelve made in two different patterns, aren't they adorable?  They're inspired by my gorgeous up-line Louise Sharp.

Once I'd finished the cards I still felt like creating and my laptop desk was a little bare SO I added some more Floral Boutique DSP, mounted on two layers Night of Navy then onto Whisper White.  Then in all honesty, all I did was repeat and put them into IKEA Ribba frames.

Simple home decor at its finest!  Now just to get them on the wall.

Just to the left of my laptop desk is a very empty bookshelf that I use for displaying cards and other projects.

While I had the trimmer and papers out I decided to #hack my Kmart Light Box...

I simply measured the letters, cut three strips of DSP and slid them in.

Cute, huh?!

Now, after all that creativity I'm not sure what to do next.  Come visit again on Sunday and see...

If you'd like to purchase any of the products that I have used click on the product below to be taken to my online store.

(with the exception of the IKEA frame and the Kmart Light Box lol) 

Thank you for visiting,
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